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Foils

The foliation consists of the cusps, which are the projecting portions and the spaces between the cusps.

cinquefoil

A five-lobed pattern divided by cusps.

multifoil

Having more than five foils, lobes, or arcuate divisions.

quatrefoil

Having four foils, lobes, or acute divisions.

sexfoil

Having six-lobed pattern divided by cusps.

trefoil

A three-lobed cloverleaf pattern.
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In 2004, the company developed SAFE2[R] --a bimetallic security foil with holographic image combining copper and aluminium with demetallisation to register.
The counter foils of total 21817 votes of twenty-five polling stations didn't found' it further stated in issued report.
Infinity Foils now has nine locations positioned across the United States and United Kingdom.
Simply smooth left over foil, fold them into several layers and start cutting until the scissors become razor-sharp again.
The market share in specialist applications, such as hot and cold stamping foils, holographic foil, lamination films and number plate foil, is reported to be a key contributor to the early success of the distribution centre.
With the new foils we have incorporated the immense amount of learning we had from the first version of the high-speed foils.
Cornell Dubilier Foil will also offer considerable synergy effects with KEMET's capacitor operations, vice president Chuck Meeks said.
Birmingham-based corporate partner Mark Gibson, who led the team for Cobbetts, said: "Multicolour printing is not a core activity for Novelis, but it represents a good strategic fit for Discovery Foils.
Foil can be shaped into almost anything--it is the all-purpose material for children's art.
The company has used steel and aluminium foils, and is currently testing other metals.
Glamorgan Wanderers have never failed to give young players the chance, and Owen Marshall and Eliot Foils have stepped up to the mark," said Wanderers' delighted backs coach Chris Ower.